Bicycling Mountain Biking Program Instructor
Are you seeking a summer of meaningful work? Are you passionate about mountain biking and want to inspire kids to find that same love for outdoor adventures? Are you looking for an employer who values you as an individual, recognizing your gifts and talents and inviting you to use them every day? Then you are the perfect fit for Avid4 Adventure!
Why Avid4 Adventure?
We were again voted by Outside Magazine as one of the 50 Best Places to Work.
We are the only summer camp in the world that is a Certified B Corp (Benefit Corporation).
We truly live by our Core Values.
We are committed to improving inclusion, diversity, justice, and equity both internally and in the outdoor industry as a whole. You can learn more about our JEDI commitments and progress here.
Benefits – Access to affordable health insurance, access to free gear, discounted pro deals on gear, professional development, public transportation reimbursement to/from camp, and more!
Compensation – Hourly rates start at $17.50/hour but increase with additional experience and certifications. Read more about our compensation structure here.
We are hiring Mountain Biking Program Instructors for the following Denver locations:
Valmont Park (Boulder – Advanced Biking Program)
We have Mountain Biking Program Specialist positions available at multiple program locations across the US. If you’re interested in being considered for other locations – be sure to let us know!
**Most of our non-driving Colorado Camp Instructor positions have been filled. Applicants must be at least 21 years old at the start of camp in order to drive Avid4 Adventure vehicles and campers.**
In this role you will:
Co-lead groups of up to 13 campers in age and developmentally appropriate instruction with outdoor activities including mountain biking, Leave No Trace principles, and teambuilding.
You may be asked to also instruct paddling and climbing – training provided
Serve as a role model and guide campers by exhibiting appropriate behavior, attitudes, and activities.
Follow and educate campers on safety protocols to ensure the safety and wellbeing of participants.
Provide exceptional customer service to parents and all participants in our programs.
Must be at least 18 years of age by the start of camp (most non-driver positions filled)
Staff must be at least 21 years of age and have a valid driver’s license to drive camp vehicles, equipment, and campers. Drivers receive a 2% pay increase.
Personal and/or professional mountain biking experience a must have
+1 years of experience working with kids in a professional or volunteer setting preferred.
Minimum of Basic First Aid & CPR certification by the start of camp (and we can point you in the right direction to get this done)
Typically Monday – Friday, about 40 hours/week program depending
Training begins May 28; programs run June 5 until August 4-18, program depending
READY TO JOIN THE TEAM??
We understand your time is valuable which is why we have a simple, 3-minutes or less, mobile-friendly application. We also like to be transparent about our interview process so here is what you can expect after you apply:
Step 1: Complete a one-way video interview and submit three references (personal and/or professional)
Step 2: 20-minute live virtual interview
This process moves quickly so be ready to hear from us shortly after you submit your application.
How to ApplyFor more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://avid.workbrightats.com/jobs/961865-286942.html
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